The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 15, 1947
Page 9
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TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1947 BLTfTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Educator Asks Suit's Dismissal Case Jeopardizes Training of GIs in All of Arkansas LITTLE ROOK, Ark., July 15 'UP) — Education Commissioner Ralph IB. ^ones 'today asked Uic Pi::o5ki County Chancery Court lo dismiss a cc:r.plaint Illcd by James" Mackrell of Little Hock ' seekini to prevent payment of salaries of 40 deparlmcnt employes. In an answer 'dra\vn by Assistant Attorney General Cleveland Hoi'and. Jones contended Unit the fiscal pcriotl questioned by Mick- icl 'had jiisscd and that the allegations in .tihc complaint were mnot. MackrcM charged that the dc- l)»rtnienl violated the Arkansas constitution by using an appropriation for '1:id of .schools and classes for vocation?!', education" to pay (leixirtincnlnl salaries. Tho appropriation of S2COIKO WHS made by the 1E4 1 ; legislature. Mackrell sought to on loin Jones. SUi(e Trc-isuror •Vance Clayton and State Auditor J. Own- Humphries from paying nut rddilionsi funds. Hn furtiher contended Uiat (-he education department would continue r .ayin? MIC salaries from S700.COO appropriation hy Uic 1941 legislature unless ha He'd by tho court. Jones said "we hive |:u"pcsc or intention whatever of violating the law. or of paying salaries out of said appropriation lor -aid to schools and vocationtil ccluMticn." Jones asked lihat this portion ol the complaint be dismissed with cquitv. Following filing of (he original complaint, Jones explained tint the funds worn transferred bv the f -ate b;<-ird of .fiscal control so Unt the O-I training pro<>ram "" ' •nsieW, not he delayed pending ar-T" " rival of Veterans Administration funds. He said the money is now iivajlub'e for, Inmsfer back into Hie vocational fund . Jcnes declared that should the injunction be granted, th-> entire G-l Iramhi'j urogrim in Arkansas •afferlMipr 22.000 votciuas would be raited. He said here arc !2COi> yruns men in farm training and 10.CCO in trade and business train•ma. "An injunction would slor> die tinmintr program dead cold - he rsserled. Tho action would nulo- matically ha!t snbsisleiice payments in veterans in training Jones aded. -'A Sign of the Times Minimum Pay Urged for Farm Labor WASHINGTON. July 15. (UP) — Rrj) Reid !•'. Murray. H. Wis.. today urged ti'e niti'lnillnral labor lw Br.inled the "protcclicn" of "If lubw working In n factory l:ns right.s then the mun workln;; in the sun Iws right;; too," Murray told :> Ifouse ly.xbor 6\ib- cominiltL'e. The itronp Is holding learings on propolis to nfnimiim wages from •to lo CO cenl.s nn hour. Murray conceded t.hut it, would be difficult to set. minimum \VHSC standards for tiKrirullnrcil liibor bcra\ "of th(« factors of ronm i»nd b^ard." He proposed that secrct'.irlcs of aurrlindturo tnul labor ^)e penniUcd lo M't fartn \vork standards. "It- M'cir;; as .s/ion ns a fellow works or.t in the sun. 3ir Is In Board Releases Dairy Consultant At State Hospital •LMTl.K ItCCK, -Ark., July 15. (Ul'»--SeiTi;vs ol Pnul O.iirui/.i dairy o>ii:nil:nn|. :il llio fit-.Uo Ho.i- liiUil m-:r lenniuatcd by the Ixwr.l f AGB N1MB Nation's Oldest Negro Town Plans Celebration I1AVOU. Miss.. Amcrl- town, will hold it. Scenes like tins ;>rc v ap|)caring all over the country, following relaxation of rent controls. Guy l.aird, of SI. 1,'ouis, Mo., refused to ]Kiy a 530-per-monlh rent increase, which would have jumped his payments from $11! to f,.|8. Here, Laird and his sons, Arthur, 11, center, and Guy, Jr., right, sit wilh their belongings on Ihu . > v •-- sidewalk, after their eviction. Washington, Grjrrlon said the senior seiMtor tissui'ed him he would lake the race next year. Gordon said he \va:s sli'jl undecided as t° his political )>lans. i but -he indi<i'f',ed tliat either liei I or C!>ancel!or Krar.cis Cherry of | JonesbDro would make the ru™' for governor. "I v.ouldn't be surprised if ore of us made the race," Goro^on said. larger ones. Tiplcn cxp.iauied that the xmi- ver.sity would have to ajjtec lo the liiulicr rates in order to keep Uic ' ra ''' cr i' nl ls available. McCleilan to Run For Re-f lection In 1948 IiOCK ' Ark " Jl "y 15. ,s. Scmtor John L. Mc- Clcllnn will be « candidate for re-election i,, if^ Lie[]t Gov Na _ than Gordon said horc yesterday Back m Arkajisns_a.ttcr. attending NIC Nhtional Convonifon of 'he Young Democrat Clubs in Rnclni; Helps Out Vets Protest Rent Hikes At University Trailer City LITLE ROC'K, A:k,. July 15. (UP)— 'Lieut. Gov. Nathan Gordon rliiil yestcntay that he will investigate a. proposed rent increase at veterans village adjoining the University of Arkaiuns ("impus in Fayctcvilic. His statcir.cnl came riftcr he re- (eived a p2tltion signed by ICC residents of the tin', rr camp protesting raises in rcat in Septeiv her. A letter irc.m Mayor Kobcrl L. Tipto nof Fonnan .Ark., accom panted the petition. It ex»lain.n:i that the iFcdcral Public Hous n AdininistnHion plaris to increase rents from S15 t-o -518 on 1 -small trailers and from 520 to .132.50 ou SYDNEY, Australia (UP)-- JBright M:,I. greyhound racing dog of Leon Ro:;e, blind sawn:Jllcr of Sydney, doubles as his "seeing eye" doi^. fn ttic day she Avalks wilh Hose and in tha night she runs on the 'a! tracks, winning often enough for Rose to pick up sizeable stakes. different ela.''.s." Murray is just a workhorse." Farmers who work I heir own land would be protected if liirjie corporations o.uir.ii'ed i:i farming were required to my an tulctiuntc v.l-no to tlieir workers, he said. Siilxcnyiiitler ineiiibc-rs ask-d Murray whether ; hls jiropcisal was not bnsv<l on the <i;i.simiption *of n "plat^netl economy,' '"1'liat'j; wl'r.t mv party entered lTi!o last Thursdav ^>icn they ]>\s?Oc| t!ic piled. "When Lhev pa.ssed tlnlt net,. II wa.s itho re^inniny of planned economy." of ronim! :K il.s last ... rt-vcuicd here today. MimKc.'i oi i.i u . nieellun filed In I he office of Ciov. lH'ii L-uii-y sliuw- cd thai Cl.irruth was (jivcn m $-l!0 pujmcnt and released July 1. Car- rutili sale! he Imd l:w s n oprrtiti>:t! on n «,!Hln s ,.nl nnd till it lie undorelooii Mic hosplt;'; 1 . would employ u I'lill-tlnw mini, The mimilfs also rfio'Aed Hint •the board u.',; S k>d sal-.ulc.s of .low- inconic ciKployes apprexdiM-u-ly SH) t'.i ?)5 a month and voted to i'lilcr 1111 "I'.i' iient with the Unlversitv i •il ArhiiiMis M-.<dlfiil Sriiool wlieve-! V)y tlie M'h<Mit wo\>'<! pixn'idi? medical inul MirjUi'iil coveiVMie lor mental |>itin\ts. • In Mlirr action, tlu- brenxl voled ! lo delcc artlim on ixiyln" u bill MOUND (•»':( oldest dedication .services for memorial ehimrs uiul 11 hronxe tablet i:on- tainln^ Uirt names of iV-itio vrl- crun,, of ij.iili world w.irs or. Kept. 1-1. M'inv nolaUr Ni'jjroi's huve Ijreu imil".f •<• r'l.eud Hie eiTi'iiinnlvs Incl.irnv; llravywitnl'.L Chiun;>lur. Joe, jt'^iullcr u'u.'i'.il I) .") Diiv'.i .I'll! l ; ii.ley Wi.ivi, c.rai'cl KxuM.-d ;;ni:.; of the u:!«. A Illlllony How niu.'h Ls u billion? It's a.s nnny litks t;s a clock wouUI niakt' i! it ticked once each second, 21 lirurs 11 (lay 3C5 days u i'ejir, for jicacly 32 jeai.s. , u He I ln Two Killed When Car Plunges From Viaduct r ear expenses of W. n. l.auev. hospiljii farm jiuuuiser, until Us All|:. (i IIUTilllK. of i nty I| by Miller c.Vi in;: M>U^| (iuisiionmi; cate loliliei' I' 1 si .Inly 1. is Isiolher :• kinor store, was lie- Arkansas p. lire fur . connection with a ni lyiwlaviile, Ark., GIRLS!! after entering WOMANHOOD Ari) you Iroulilcd by tUMir.s3 of f«- itiiiln luiu'ilunitl momhly cllntuvl)- utici^V IVu^s (hl3 nmko you suitor Iroin pulii, fci-i so nervous, OMM!, \vi'i»k--at hiu;ti lliiirs? 'l'[i«'ti pn Iry Lyillii 1^- rtnkUiun'ti VvuvUlilo L'oin- poniul (11 ri'Mcvo Kiicti oynitUoniH, i-'jiuuniit in lii'lp xvoinon trnubluit Llils wiiyl Almt a btointiclitt! tonloj Tex., July 15. (1 —tTwo men and :i. wri'l'n were killed early yesterday when their speeding sedan crauhed throiich fuard i-Qilln;; on a Texarkana. Tex.. v\-<luci and mlamAcd to the pavement 50 feet below. Tho bodies were saturated with f'.asnlino .:ii:d became flaming pyres after the impact thrtw them from the automobile. The dead are Ebbie "nirg" Harvey. 35. of nn;ir Fouke, Mra. W. E. Oollarhite, 39 of Tex-.irxana. and Harr.y n. Thnnas, aV;out. U5, address unknown. Hnrvcy .a former convict who received a seven-veer penitent/hry sentence in ]932 following lliej LUCKY STRIKE presents THE MAN WHO KNOWS" " ^ THE TOBACCO AUCTIONEER! FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. \V« Deliver t'hmin (i'M Wrist, _ i»ckct and fob wulclicH arc reatoreci to heauly and uaefulneis v;ith our fine repair service. The finest replacement purls used, nnd reasonable pricus charged for dep«n- ablo wufkmansliip. You Ki;t llic finished product when we promise it—no delays. 7 DAY SERVICE Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Main at Socond Phono 3281 / Structural About 500 Tons in Stock Ready For Delivery Now! —Also— Plates - Sheets - Bars (co3d finished) Reinforcing Steel ~ Steel Window Sash. Nice Stock of Electric Motors Roller Chains & Sprockets and General Mill Supplies CLEVIDENCE MACHINE WORKS 3rd St. Highway 84 Caruthcrsrillc, Mo. "I'VE SOLD well over 350 million pounds of tobacco at the auctions • down South, and year after year, I've seen the makers of Lucky Strike buy quality tobacco... fine, light, fragrant tobacco that makes a grand smoke." J. It. BURNETT. INDKl'KNDKST TOI1ACCO AULTIONEFR nrilulTalo Spring*. Virginia (16 VEAI1S A LUCKY STI1IKK HMOKKU) Wilson Auto Service Second and Ash Streets —Dial 2611 — Dial 2611 — —T -. G. E. Vacuum tlcaning For All Cars. Let Us Clean Your Car! Neoprcnc Tufccs, Made by the Makers of Famous PHARIS TIRES. Ncoprene tubes ore fcctter 7 different ways! . Expert Washing and Lubricating STANDARD ESSO GAS and OILS Homer Wilson, Owner & Mgr. Day Phone 3371 Night Phone 2527 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store. Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second St. _ v Rlythcvillc, Ark. Kslimalcs Gladly Given FINE TOBACCO is what counts in a cigarette JOE BURNETT IS RIGHT!...Ami like him, scores of of her experts... who really know tobacco ... have seen the makers of Lucky St.rike buy the kind of tobacco that makes "a grand smoke." After all, that's what you want in a cigarette ... the honest, deep-down enjoyment of fine tobacco. So remember... res KUL MOKogy sonnet MMUV Sit you* Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Plione 3479 Blylhcville Ark. 112 Walnut St. DR. MILTON E. WEBB Optometrist 138 East Mala jt; Payroll and Income Tax Service Ifookkecping and General Secretarial Service LARRY KN HAS Public Accountant & Auditor i 103 E. Main jHlylhcvillc, Ark. i Reg . Phonc 3715 office Phone469 EANS ONE TOBACCO So Round/ So Firm, So Fully Pocked—'So Free and Easy on the Draw KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 "Th« OM Reliable -• *i* -^rr^m JL*^JtHl/n? G. O. POETZ TM* BWBM *r PETROLEUM DcpenfeM. 8«rri M PRODUCTS U

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